For peace of heart, rely on Allah alone - Junction Masjid, Clairwood
Every person has some kind of difficulty and problem they are experiencing, and through the words of the Arif Billah we learn where to turn to at such times. There is none we can show the pain of our heart and soul, as the next person has just as many problems, and we risk confiding in an enemy who will gloat at our misfortune. In the comprehensive dua ‘Allahumma innee a’udhubika min jahdil balaa, wa darkish shaqaa, wa sooil qadhaa, wa shamaatatil a’adaa’ Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) sought Hifazat (protection) from four evils: a great calamity which causes one to become helpless, the bottom of wretchedness where a person gets caught up in disbelief or major sin, an evil taqdeer (destiny) overtaking one, and from becoming the laughing stock of one’s enemies. One must therefore not divulge our problems to anyone except that they are a well-wisher, as well as intelligent, so as to give us the correct advice. Today there is no shortage of enemies, and jealous people who go to great length to cause harm to people. We should be happy to see others progress, as it is Allah Ta’ala’s Haqq to give whom He wills, and to question Allah’s will is kufr. From the poetry of Hazrat Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar Sb (R) we learn that to have hope in the Makhlooq (creation) will only lead to disappointment. Rather turn our gaze to ‘Musabbib-al-Asbaab’ – the One Who creates the means, the Khaliq, Allah Rabbul Izzat, as it is only He who can make our difficulties easy. When we place our trust in Allah SWT, we will never be disappointed.
Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:06
Duration Main: 00:30
Duration Zikr: 00:04
Duration Dua: 00:03
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